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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1855

Vx ; ' ' H 11 TO I NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 13- SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND.. COUNTY, PA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL--15. NO. 39. The Sunbury American, tCBLISHID KYIRT SATUBDAt BY H. B. MASSER, Hurlel Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS ner annum to be raid half vearlr in arfrac. N upr discontirved until all arrearage, are Atl communication, or lettera on business relating to ni umee, to nisur. attention, mu.t at rusi fAiu. TO CLUBS. three eopiea to one addreu, tSOO Bevee V Do 10 00 Fifteen Do Do 80 00 Five dollar, in advance will pay for three vest's sub- eeription to tne American. Po.tmn.ter. will plco.e act n. out Aeenti, and frnnk letter, conutnnnr .nhwription immey. mcy are pcrmiv I ed to do thi. under the Fust Office Law. . TERMS OP ADVERTISING. One Snunie of 14 line., 3 time., fcvery .ab.equent iii.ertiun, One Squats, 3 months, Sis month. i One Tear, business Card, of Five line., per annum, M orchanta and others, Adverti.ing by the year, with t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1855

J r Americanism. TUB M.4TFOR OV TII AMHRICaW PARTi. The following; are the "Platform and Prlnjl .(pies of tha Onraiiir.ation, a oim 7 u aponby the American National Convem tioa. rLiTPORM ai micirt.M. 1 The acknowledgement nf that Almltilt t Being, who rule over the Universe who presides over the Councils of Nations who conducts the affairs of men, and Who, n every Step by which we havo advanced to the char acterofan independent nation, has distin gTiisbcdusby somo tokei of rrovidontial The cultivation and dfevolopemeut of sentiment of profoundly intense American feeling! of passionate attachment to onr country, its history and its institutions ; of admiration for the pnrcr dayi of our National existence; of venrntion for the heroism that precipitated our Revolution J and of emulation of the virtue, wisdom and patriotism that framed our Constitution and first successfully applied its provisions. III. The maintenance oftho Union of these United States as the paramount polite cat good ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1855

CflimmmicnttiL For th Sunbury American. To the Citizc.ni of the Borough of Sunbury. Whereas numerous complaints ore almost uatly made concerning the state of the streets &nd alleys of the Borough, and especially Broadway, and whereas. I believe it to be the duty of those who are placed in office for the purpose of executing the laws and regulations of the corporation, to see that those laws and regulations are slrictlv carried out. and believing that I am reanonsibln both bv law and by oath of office for the due execution of all those duties that are enjoined on theChief - . . ., uurgess ana Miiccr or the liorongn, J mere fore tive notice to every person or person?, who nave, or hereafter shall have, or permit any nuisances of any kind or nature what ever npon any of the Tublic Streets oralleys, that unless such nuisances are removed with in twenty days from this time, that the offen der will suffer the penalties prescribed by law. For a number of years the provisions of many se...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1855

farmer's $cpadntcnt. C5I FARM IMPLKMEST. To two that old plow lonjrer is W1 econo my ; repairs havo nlivniiy como 10 wore imm :..:..!, .,,l .i;ll if ia on nlil. rii'Kut- tyrlow. Itftlwm did "run to land' too rn-tch, anil rdwavs will perplexing tlio r-lnw-v n and fretting tlio team. It fins a radical lefect past all cur of inventor or mechanic, Po not work with heavy, micoulli implements they drag down tlio Cody liko a porpeliiul snffow npon tho mind. Hoys often acqnlrc a tllsgust for farming, merely from the u.so or Iho miserable implements placed in their hands. The lighter th tool, the better, if strong enough for the work for which it wn intended. The workman who uses his ("hovel to pry up a stone, and breaks it, should be required to pay for it, and the next time, if not incorrigibly lazy, ho will probably hbo tlio bur. Use light rukes. made of good material, and so of hoes, spades, scufflcrs, and all other implements. We have beaten the English in the construction of our agricu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1855

11., I. u SUNBUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1S55. NEW SERIES, YOL. S, NO. 14. OLD SERIES, YOL- 15. NO. 40. The Sunbury American, tDBLISHID SVKRT SATUDAT BY U. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, renna. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per innum to be paid rmlf yearly In dvauso. .N u pnper disconlirued until all arrearage! are Ali communications or letter, on builum rclnting to lb office, to inline attention, mint lie POST PA1I r TO CLUBS. Three topics to one address, Seven D. Po FFivendollari in advance will pay for three year's sub eeription to the American. , Postmasters will plensenct na onr and f"k letter, containing subscription money. 1 hey are permit ted to do tliie uiidcr the Port Office Law. , TERMS OF ADKRTI8IN0. One Snume of 11 line., 3 times, Kvery subsequent insertion, One Squme, 3 month., Six months, One year, ttuaineai Cards of Five lines, per annnm, Merchants and others, advertiain? by the .yenr, with the privilege of inserting different advert...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1855

turn aiKQit or isBTorot.. Tm Kcmum AVonii. . Ckur wtroRt SicBiiiTorof, May 21. Tlio rumor ia that we open fira on the 24th (Thuradnr next.) bat tbnt may be a ruse to distract tlifl attention of "gopsip and corres pondenta" from the expedition. A to the operations of the French army, nothing ia known with any certainty. It Is said that aprivute of llio 48th Uopi tnent has given omo very volunllo informa tion tanccting the terra' n of Selmstejiol, and has corrected a serious tiiisconrpption tinder which onr engineers wore laboring re specting the cottrao of a creek in front of the left attack. The nmn 1ms beeii for some years in Kussia, and as a stone mason lie labored at tho works of.Sobnstopol.and knows every street in it. lie pointed out the po nitiou of the terminus of the water works, and ef the engines working in it, and it is now Stated that there are no less than 100 guns, all hid from view, defending these works, and raking the Redan, so that hud wo assaulted and carried the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1855

Califfinin ITctos. . ARRIVAL OP THE Star of the West. . LATER FROItt CALIFORNIA Th. Municipal election in San Francisco wai bold on the 28th ult., nnd resulted in the lection of James Van Ness, Democrat, as Mayor, by a majority or 65. Four Demo cratic and four Know Nothing Aldermen ' Were elected. The number of assistant Al dermen elected nlso stand four Democratic and four Know Nothings. . The election passed off quietly. . The mining news from all parts of the State It most encouraging, .and it is thought that at no previous time has the yield of gold been as great as at present. The affairs of Adams A Co. are boforo the Court, and it has been decided that the tirm ts entitled to the benefit of the insolvent law. Sanders, the Alleged forger has gone to China. A meeting at the creditors of Page, Bacon ft Co., hdd on the 29th ult., C. K. Gardiner pledged ttie sum of $400,000 to support tho house, by way of securing the creditors and stavinir furtuer legal procreuuiKu. yy ;in mm owin...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1855

at 1 r 2 THE SILENT FAREWELL MH.t, TrcKKIlMAR. When slurry grins from lTrnvcn nre end The) winds awake no kndl, When rose-leaves full before tlio Wast Birds sing no sad farewell ( When waves tlioir p:rl;les censo to throw Upon tlio pebbly tdiure, When sunset lines no longer grow, And green boughs wnvo no more, No words at Nuture's shiino art, brentlied, She silently Inyg down Tlio garland th tit lier tetmiles wreatlicil, And takes tlio withered crown Hut in lier mystic circle's rnnge There lurks a quiet spell, Where time and beauty interchange Their eloquent farewell. And so when 1 nin called to loso Communion sweet and dear. And feol no more its holy dews My weary spirit cheer, Ah. streams that drooping willows shade From sunshino turn aside, Let me from joys thy presence mado A mournful silence glide. Items of $l'cfos. In some portions of Ankansns the corn is eaid to be five and a half feet in height, and still growing at a rapid rate. It is said thai nenrly 1.000,000 of bushels o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 July 1855

ft Iff NEW SERIES, VOL. S, NO. 15. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 15. NO. 41. Tho Bunbury American, rCIUIIIIl XVSltf SATBDAt BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, l'tnna. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, TWO DOLLARS ptt .niiuin lob paid hnlf yenrly in dvuuoe. ,N piper diluontir'icO until all arrearage ure Ail communication or letter on liueiuea relating t tne o.nce, to niiur attention, mint lw rua i 1'AI V. TO CI.UUS. Tltre eopie to on addresa, IK 8-v.i D. Do IV (Ki Fift-m Do Do "' Fire il llar in advance will pay for Hire yat' sub aeriniion to the American. P 'aim later will pleat, net a oar Aeent, sird frank jitter r.iiimiiuiif tuu,aiili"ii money mey ate permit td I u mil unuer me rod uinajjw. TKRM3 OF Al) VEUTI3INO. O'lx S luitir nt M tinea, 3 thn, 1ty auieq'ieiii iutettiuil, O n Spmie, 3 month, enx in ntltat Kino yotr, tiuainuaa Cntd of FW llnea, per annum, leii'.ei ua and other, nilveriiaint; liy tin yenr, with the privilege of iiiaertiiig...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 July 1855

I'OOD AND ITS AUl LTF.llTIOS. The T.omlon Quarterly Review for April Vcvh'ws a work upon "food nul its Ailul torntinns, composing tlio reports cf tlio Analytic Snnititry Commission of the 't.nn rot.' in the year 1851 to 1854 inclusive." llio rpvelntions of this work relnto nlniost exclusively to the. u.lullcnitions practiced in J.omion, but Unfortnnuielv knavery of this sort is cosmonolltnn. nml tnoiioli Wei mnv lint Buffer eo Willy ns tlio Londoners, jet the fact tlmt wo do Riiflor in all our largo cities from tv systematic practice of ruliilloriiig food can tiot be doulit.ed. Pr. ll issall. the chief Analyst of the ' tiaucet Commission," in his inquisition Into the secrets of dishonest man ufactnrers and tvaiWnmn muilo tho micro scope his most rwvfrrul ngetit of discovery. Ho pet ambulated thu town liimself, or sent his trustxvoflhy agents to pnrchaso nrticles, npon all of which tho inexorable microscopo was sot to work, nnd every fraudulent tminplo After due notice given, subject...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 July 1855

E MANTVF.ITllEFAtXa or NIAGAnA. The fact Wig t tnnn,wfnt over (lift pent -American Fnlla tltiriim. Sntnrdnv afternoon was brtrfly pofflTminicMo by tcioCTarb. A lottrr-frmit Kidjrnr shrss ' "Bnclimnn, nt.thfl prist mill, u few rods tl)ovcl,p.X'tntact Jlimsc, un-diim from tho rear pi Ui mill coniiojr down in n boat. llig onrs woro linnpinp in tlio' row-loeks, n ml he was Sitting with big ftrm folded serqftmlne for help. Mr. Hnchmnn called hirri td. siozo Jus otrs. A few well-directed strokes would have bmifrht him to tho fchore, but on ho 'cn until he came opposite the back piazza tJ the (Cataract House-, where tho boat cap. aneu. iio was seen to come up once nnu iiiniw oiu ins arms. Mr. li. says lie was a young man bout twenty years old. i "Tho probability is that tho poor fallow,' having, by. gome means that will nover be ex plained, found himself in tho rapids, became paralyzed with horrror,. odd wne luinblo to "so any exertions to prevent his awful ate. Who can iniajrino his emoti...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 July 1855

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Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 July 1855

V 'i i i- i i' i ire r .. i "t r f . SUNBUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 15. NO. 42. tEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 10. Che Sunbury American FUBMSHED EVEIIT SATUnDAT BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, I'enna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS nar nnom to he paid balf yearly in dv:e::i. No paper iliscoiiln-iied until all arrearage, are i.'inl a.i rnmniiimtiimn or letter! on lnlne-s relating to h oihou. tu insare attention, must be rub I 1 Alii. TO CLUBS. Three eopiee w one address, 5 J Seven Do I" Fifteen Do Do WOO Five il'illan In advance will pay for three year's sub scription to the American. . Postmn-ters will plenae act as our Agents, anil frank JMters containing surwcriillin m.mcy. nicy mc .. tiMl to do tin. tuutn lite l'ost Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I Piifl Smiaie of 14 Hum, 3 Mines, kvery suti-eqneiit tiuerlioa, line Siiuaie, 3 monllii, pix months, One year, Rnkli'.ssa Cards of Five linre, per annum, .ilorchanta and olhera, n...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 July 1855

Califirnia gjttos. ARRIVAL OF THE PUOMET1IEUS. later rnoM California The Town of Meat Cuptured. Nkw Orlka.ns, July C By the Steamship 1 romethous, from San Juun, California dates w i no mm uu. have been recoived. liio intelligence from tlio milling districts is oi me most favorable character, und there lias been a lurgo Bhiptoe.it of specie from San r rnticisco. J'ho hind cluim of Messrs. Holton and Bar row has boon confirmed by the U. S. Cora lnis'sioncrsi lho law prohibiting framing U generally wn.ri ,VU III OUI1 V railClHCO. Tho town of Auburn hug been mostly d stroyed bv firo. At the recent municipal election in Placer j mo aim oilier towns, tho know Nothings uvon BUCCCSSIIll. Thu inlolliircnco from Nicaragua is ininor- 1?,"V ''18 Filibustering expedition under uiHor nuu luniieu in Nicaragua aim captur ed tho town of Uivas, causing tho most in tense exriteinent thrmiirhout the country. IS kw X okk, July 8. The steamship North ern JLiight reached her berth nbout 8 o'clock this ev...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 July 1855

icaqo post office robbery. btcago Daily Press says s The most :t arrest in the annals of post office tionsever brought to light in this , was made In this city on Saturday flast. The thief was a clerk in the luce in this citv. and mni n t as he was going to breakfast. He own into consternation, turned as bale i nd made an effort to throw oey on his person. which wasprevented, was conveyed to the jail and searched, name of this wretched young man is ore F. penuison. He .is betwppn -five and thirty years of age. His r, 1 erry Denniaon, was arrested for me crimo in March last, and is now at f on bail for 83.500. The Oennintnna iderstood to be nephews of Postmaster nd if this be the case, their opporta- j commit tnese depredations upon the t is duo to the relationship. Their lives in New Jersey, and the sons, upon ilary of five or six hundred dollars a kave the credit of havinir purchased aid for a farm for him within the last or t wo, ter arresting Dennison j the officer went Hoarding ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 July 1855

0 t i x n SIT SOWN, SAC SOUL. BT ALFRKD TENKTSOK.' Sit down, and, loul, and count Tho moments flyinjr Come tell tho swept amount Thai's lost hvsighinfr. How many sniifes? a score 1 . Thpn laugh and count uo mure, . For day ia dying I Lie down, sail soul, and sleep, And no more nirasitro Tim flight of Time nor weep The loss of loisure j But here, by this lone stream, Lie down with us and dream Of starry treasure ! We dream; do -thou the siime, We love forever ; . Wu laugh, yet fow we shouie, The frcnt'le, never Stay, then, till sorrow dins Then hope and hnppy skies Are thine forever ; litiscfKaim, THE SULPHURIC MINES IN KliLAM), Rome sharp climbing up the mount nin, nearly n thousand feet, bronirht mo to tho sulphur minos u sccno I shall never forget a literal pool of firo and brimstone. Had Milton ever visited tho sulphur mountains of Iceland, 1 could have forgiven him his description of tho infernal regions. Hero was a little hol low scooped out of tho side of the mountaiu ; nnd oi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 July 1855

; ' ...... .r. ... .r '. . . ' ; " " - - - NEW SEMES, VOL. 8, NO. 17. SUNI3U11Y, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY,. JULY 21, 1S55. OLD SERIES, VOL 15. NO. 43. The Sunbury American, rt'BLlSIIED EVERT SATURDAY BY II. B. MAS SEE, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per annum lobe paid half yearly in l"nm!. No paper diacontirued until all arrearage, are Ai .i wiiminiciti'in nr letter! on business relating to ike u.,iuo, u iimure attention, must be POST PAID. TO CLUIiS. Three copies f one address, l?500 Seven l)a Do tOdfl Kifteen n Do SOOO Fived'illara in advance will pay for three year's sub scription to the American. rostmasturs will please act as our Agents, nnd frank letters containing sabsoription money. They uro pennit 'uU to do '.h't under the Post Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING One ftnutuc of 14 lines, 3 time, ,V:vcry subsequent insertion, .One 5iiiaie, 3 mouths, ,3n mnitlis, .One year, Jusioups Cnnls nf Five linoa, per annum, Merchants and othe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 July 1855

r Arngo. LATER FROM KUROPK. ' DKATH OF LOR J KAOLAN. Slight Dtcline in Breadstuff's and Cotton. iien. Simpson to succeed Lord llaglan. Ntw York, July 16. The steamship Arngo, from Southampton, reached her wharf at 2 o'clock. She brings 126 ptwenfrers, ami among them Uonernl Dix and fuuiily, aud It on. O. 8. Goodrich. The e-teunieiiip Kircsson arrived nt Havre on the evening of the 3d. Tho Arago bring the announcement or tlio death of Lord Rngtaiu General Simpson succeeds Lord Raglan, Nothing of importance from the Crimea. It wus reported at Stockholm that the English had destroyed Xcstadt. The remaining portion of the town of Kertscli was destroyed by Ore on the 14th of June. Odessa and St. Petersburg have been tonttod bv telegraph. The King of Belgium intends to pay a visit to Queen Victoria. Tho new Trench loan is stated to bo "00, 000,000 francs. A disturbance has occurred in London in consequence of the Sunday Trading Hill. The bill has since been Withdrawn, DETAILS OF THE ARAGO...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 July 1855

flOTICE. A NT operator, engineer, conductor or agent who shall hereafter run anil permit to Hind for the p.ca 0f 15 minute., any car or can on IS roadway, wilt V, prosecuted according to the Act of Aesemhly. Th foot walk ia the line, and a notice to leave eufficlent apace for vehicles anil persons to pans between the cart haa hereto fore been disregarded, we now give thia laat notice that no cara shall stand beyond the line of the street. PETER B, MASSER, " ' E. G.MAKKLEY. i Re8u't0- uuuuury, July l, 1855. Celeiwation of the Fourth of July. Vrtat Reduction in Prirt-s ot ELSBERGS CLOTHING STORE. TOEING desirous of selling- the summer aunnlv ofTin scavon, the nndersigned will commence from and after the Fourth of July, to aell hia stock of Clothing and other seasonable goods at greawy reuueeu prices. I think the Anniversary of Independence fit time 16 berin to sell mi stock much lower, independent of the pricea of umcr morcnants. i wish to get as much space as yvraiuin, to mat i may H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 July 1855

I) 0;t i r g. ADVICE TO TOUNO LADIES. Pour girls, I likn to hear you tnlk About your pleasures, wants, nnd woos i Hut wish, wlicu ont with me yon walk, You made less noise about your beaux. lu weaving knots, man traps, and chains, For husband-hunting all excel ; Snoh open war and desperate pnins Must frighten more tliau 1 can tell. Yon nil admire myfance. And marvel how I eharm'd the man W hom nil in vain had sought ft sluy I won him, girls, without a plan. I dwelt within a secret bower, Where lops of fiishion seldom come j It blooms with many a lovely flower, By honest people culled "Sweet Home." 1 kept a little page, collM Prido, A clever lad, who could discover A vain pretender at my side, Or at glunco a genuine lover. My lady's maid was Modesty I had her from a country place She had been taught to make, you see, A bonnet that would shade xiiy luce. Miss A-la-modo engasred her once A fickle, barefaced hello of fashion, Who, after having cull'd her dunce, lMschargad her in a fit o...

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